DFW Moments: Toyota Moves North American Headquarters To PlanoIn May 2014, Plano officially welcomed Toyota to North Texas. The automaker decided to move its North American headquarters and thousands of workers to Collin County.
DFW Moments: Lake Ray HubbardLake Ray Hubbard is one of the largest lakes in the DFW area, spanning 22,000 acres. It's a favorite destination for anglers.
DFW Moments: Plano, Collin County GrowthIt all started with the development of Legacy Park and in the 1980s, Plano recruiting JCPenney, Frito Lay, Capital One and Pizza Hut to Collin County.
DFW Moments: 'New Urbanism' In SouthlakeA North Texas community embraced a concept known as "New Urbanism," which is basically living, working and shopping all within a walking distance in a suburban area.
DFW Moments: George W. Bush Presidential CenterTexas is home to three presidential libraries, and North Texas is on that short, prestigious list. The libraries belong to the American people, and they preserve presidential history and are markers of democracy.
DFW Moments: American AirlinesAmerican Airlines made the move to North Texas in 1979, and cemented itself into the aviation history books of DFW.
DFW Moments: Grapevine Christmas CapitalThe City of Grapevine always welcomes the Christmas season in true Texas style.
DFW Moments: Chisholm Trail The Cowtown culture that defines Fort Worth today dates back 150 years -- to a time before the Stockyards developed. The Chisholm Trail put Fort Worth on the map.
DFW Moments: Bonnie & ClydeIn the 1930s Bonnie and Clyde went on a murderous rampage in the middle of the country. Their path of destruction, which cut through North Texas, is one of the 25 biggest moments in DFW history.
DFW Moments: Southwest AirlinesThis year, Southwest Airlines will fly 115 million passengers. The airline was born 46 years ago with three airplanes and a bucket of borrowed money.
DFW Moments: Delta Flight 191 CrashThe crash of Delta Flight 191 in North Texas changed air travel around the country forever and the way pilots and airlines deal with weather and storms.
DFW Moments: Ebola OutbreakAs Africa dealt with a huge Ebola outbreak in 2014, little did anyone suspect that Dallas would become ground zero for the deadly disease in the United States.
DFW Moments: Dallas/Fort Worth International AirportWhen Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport opened in 1974, it shaped the North Texas landscape and changed how we travel.
DFW Moments: Dallas Police AmbushJuly 7, 2016 is considered one of the darkest days in DFW history when four Dallas Police officers and one DART Police officer was shot and killed in downtown Dallas.
DFW Moments: AT&T Stadium In ArlingtonThey say "If you build it, they will come." Owner Jerry Jones did not disappoint when he built the new home of the Dallas Cowboys.
DFW Moments: Lockheed MartinCBS11's Dan Haggerty goes inside Lockheed Martin's Fort Worth headquarters where the F-16 changed modern warfare.
DFW Moments: Sundance SquareSee how Sundance Square brought downtown Fort Worth back to life!
DFW Moments: Dallas TV ShowIf people outside the Lone Star State imagine certain stereotypes when Texas comes to mind, it's possible they can trace that impression back to April 2nd, 1978 when Dallas made its TV debut on CBS.
DFW Moments: America's TeamWhen the Cowboys called Dallas home, it was just the beginning of America's Team!
DFW Moments: Tornado Rips Through Downtown Fort WorthThe scars are no longer visible, but the memories remain. Nearly 18 years ago, a tornado tore through the heart of downtown Fort Worth.
DFW Moments: Reunion Tower Lights Up The Dallas SkylineThe Dallas skyline through the years -- each decade more dazzling than the last. In 1978, that view stopped traffic with the opening of Reunion Tower.
DFW Moments: JFK Assassination Brings Darkness To Dallas HistoryPeople were anticipating a bright moment as President Kennedy's motorcade made its way into Dealey Plaza. When three shots rang out, hope faded into darkness.